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Fort McKay


Located in northeastern Alberta, about 185 miles from the Northwest Territories, is the Chippewan settlement of Fort McKay. It must be included as a settlement of the Akaitcho Nation. Latest population estimate (2006) puts the settlements population at 521. There are 204 housing units in the settlement with 195 occupied at the present time. That gives Fort Mckay a 2.7 persons per housing unit average which is below normal for Chippewa settlements. The Anishinabe Language is doing well at this settlement with 175 people living there speaking the corrupted form of Anishinabe. There are around 25 non Indians living in the community. Below is a link to a map of the Akaitcho Nation settlement of Fort McKay.



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